Alexandra is an award-winning flautist who has performed professionally for over 17 years and enjoys a varied career including orchestra playing, session work for film, studio recordings, small ensemble performance and music for special events.
Based in London, she currently performs as the principal flute in the Camden Philharmonia Orchestra, Quintakulah Woodwind Quintet, and St Bartholomew's Orchestra. She regularly deps for other orchestras.
After completing her BM in Music Performance with highest honours (summa cum laude) at the University of Southern Maine in 2008, she received her MMus degree in Ethnomusicology from the School of Oriental and African Studies in London.
In Maine, Alexandra was the principal flute of the Southern Maine Symphony Orchestra and part of the Mimosa Woodwind Quintet. She has studied privately with Jean Rosenblum, Doug Worthen and Aubrie Dionne, and has performed in the master classes of Emmanuel Pahud, Jeffery Khaner, Lisa Hennessy, and Emily Gerace-Stanek. In 2009 she was awarded with the Bay Chamber Concerts' Summer Music Woodwind Prize.
As well as teaching privately for over 17 years, Alexandra is a writer and journalist – more details here.